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29 June 2018

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News Web Book Journal
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MOH references[edit]

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  | title       = Medal of Honor Recipients -
  | work        = Medal of Honor Citations
  | publisher   = [[United States Army Center of Military History]]
  | date        = June 26, 2011
  | accessdate  = xx, 2013 }}</ref>
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<ref name="recordofmedals">{{Cite book
  | title      = Record of Medals of Honor issued to the officers and enlisted men of the United States Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard
  | publisher  = United States Government Printing Office
  | date       = 1917
  | location   = Washington
  | page       = 17
  | url        = http://books.google.com/books?id=sdgxAQAAMAAJ&pg=PA17 }}</ref>
  • Above and Beyond: The Aviation Medals of Honor
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  | last       = Tillman
  | first      = Barrett
  | authorlink = Barrett Tillman
  | title      = Above and Beyond: The Aviation Medals of Honor
  | publisher  = [[Smithsonian Institution Press]]
  | date       = 2002
  | location   = Washington, D.C.
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  | isbn       = 1588340562 }}</ref>
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  | work       = Who's Who in Marine Corps History
  | publisher  = [[United States Marine Corps History Division]]
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  | accessdate = xx, 2013 }}</ref>
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  | last       = Schuon
  | first      = Karl
  | title      = U. S. Marine Corps biographical dictionary
  | publisher  = [[Franklin Watts]]
  | date       = 1963
  | location   = New York
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<ref name="collier">{{Cite book
  | last        = Collier
  | first       = Peter
  | title       = Medal of Honor: Portraits of Valor Beyond the Call of Duty
  | publisher   = [[Workman Publishing Company]]
  | date        = 2006
  | location    = New York
  | page        = 
  | isbn        = 9781579653149
  | url         = http://books.google.com/books?id=EqH-BJ-k0NsC }}</ref>
<ref name="owens">{{Cite book
  | last        = Owens
  | first       = Ron
  | title       = Medal of Honor: Historical Facts and Figures
  | publisher   = Turner Publishing Company
  | date        = 2004
  | location    = Paducah, Kentucky
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  | isbn        = 1563119951
  | url         = http://books.google.com/books?id=s65pmBAUmD4C }}</ref>
<ref name="beyer">{{Cite book
  | last        = Beyer
  | first       = Walter F.
  | coauthors   = Oscar F. Keydel
  | title       = Deeds of Valor: How America's Heroes Won the Medal of Honor
  | publisher   = The Perrien-Keydel Company
  | date        = 1901
  | location    = Detroit
  | volume      = 1
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  | last        = Beyer
  | first       = Walter F.
  | coauthors   = Oscar F. Keydel
  | title       = Deeds of Valor: How America's Heroes Won the Medal of Honor
  | publisher   = The Perrien-Keydel Company
  | date        = 1902
  | location    = Detroit
  | volume      = 2
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<ref name="jones">{{Cite book
  | title       = The Story of American Heroism
  | publisher   = J.W. Jones
  | date        = 1897
  | location    = Springfield, Ohio
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  | url         = http://books.google.com/books?id=F80TAAAAYAAJ }}</ref>